The 'HomeCool' air conditioner was unveiled by OxiCool Inc. at CES 2020 as an eco-friendly alternative to conventional AC units that could help to drastically cut emissions for the appliance.
The air conditioner works with molecular sieves on the interior that make use of water within the system as well as fire and air to create a cooling effect for an HVAC system. The system is free of manmade refrigerants and can cut electricity demand by up to 40% when compared to the conventional units presently available on the market.
The 'HomeCool' air conditioner won an Innovation Award at CES 2020 and makes use of an array of home sensors to further optimize cooling. The system is available now for preorder at an estimated cost of $10,000 for a 20,000 BTU/hr system with four in-home heat exchangers.
The 'HomeCool' Air Conditioner Won an Innovation Award at CES 2020
1. Eco-friendly Cooling - The 'HomeCool' air conditioner offers an eco-friendly alternative to conventional AC units, presenting opportunities for businesses to explore sustainable cooling solutions.
2. Refrigerant-free Technology - The use of molecular sieves in the 'HomeCool' air conditioner eliminates the need for manmade refrigerants, opening up possibilities for businesses to develop refrigerant-free cooling systems.
3. Smart Home Integration - The integration of home sensors in the 'HomeCool' air conditioner allows for optimized cooling, presenting opportunities for businesses to develop smart home HVAC solutions.
1. HVAC - The HVAC industry can explore the development of eco-friendly cooling systems like the 'HomeCool' air conditioner to meet the increasing demand for sustainable solutions.
2. Appliances - The appliance industry can capitalize on the trend of refrigerant-free technology by developing innovative and energy-efficient cooling units, akin to the 'HomeCool' air conditioner.
3. Smart Home Technology - The 'HomeCool' air conditioner's smart home integration creates opportunities for companies in the smart home technology industry to develop advanced HVAC systems that optimize energy usage.